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Sloane Brazina
Position: Diving
Height: 5'5"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Concord, Mass.
High School: Concord-Carlisle

Zones

·       1-meter - 2012, 37th; 2013, 7th
·       3-Meter - 2012, 23rd; 2013, 30th

 

Pac-12s

·       1-Meter - 2012, 12th; 2013, 5th; 2014, 13th
·       3-Meter - 2012, 13th; 2013, 9th; 2014, 14th
·       Platform - 2012, 20th; 2013, 20th; 2014, 21st

National Competition

·       Dove for Infinite Diving from 2007 to 2011
·       Won the one-meter at the AAU Nationals in 2011 for 18 year olds
·       Picked up Spring Regional championships in the one and three meter in 2011
·       Was the runner-up at AAU Nationals in 2010 placing second in both events for 17 year olds
·       As a 16 year old at Nationals was second as well in 2009
·       Won AAU Nationals as a 15 year old in the one meter and was second in the three-meter
·       Also competed at the Junior Olympics.

2012-13 (Sophomore)

·       Finished seventh in the one-meter competition with a finals score of 549.95 at the NCAA Zone Diving Championships
·       Also went for 30th off of the three-meter board at zones
·       Was ninth in the three-meter, fifth in the one-meter and 20th in the platform competition at the Pac-12 Championships.

2011-12 (Freshman)

·       Cardinal's second diver behind All-American Stephanie Phipps, reaching Zones, where she was 23rd in the 3-Meter (258.45) and 37th in the 1-Meter (223.30)
·       At Pac-12s, finished in the top-15 twice, with a 12th place finish in the 1-Meter (244.00) and 13th place showing in the 3-Meter (248.40). Also 20th in the platform (127.30)
·       Scored points in the 3-Meter with third place finishes with Cal and Arizona
·       Also third in the 1- and 3-Meter versus Arizona State
·       At Stanford Invite was fourth in the 1-Meter.

High School, Club and Personal Data

·       Lettered four years in diving at Concord-Carlisle Regional High, sporting an undefeated record from 2008 to 2011 across the Dual County League and Division-I state championship
·       Three-time prep All-American and three-time state champion her final three seasons
·       Was the state runner-up as a freshman
·       Named to the Boston Globe's all-scholastic team all four years
·       Set a school-record with 552.10 points in an 11-dive championship in 2011, also setting the Massachusetts state record
·       Is the second-ever Massachusetts diver to come to Stanford, following Luke Henesy, who won three state titles and also dove for Coach Rick Schavone
·       Daughter of Scott and Roxanne Brazina
·       Father, Scott, was a professional motocross racer in the U.S.

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